Geospatial Intelligence

DHS to kill satellite surveillance program

The Homeland Security Department is going to halt a controversial program to make intelligence and military satellite imagery available to civilian agencies for domestic purposes.

Bills would kill DHS satellite surveillance office

A senior House Democrat has introduced legislation to eliminate a DHS-run program to make intelligence and military satellite imagery more available to civilian agencies for domestic purposes.

Spy satellite tally could increase

The Obama administration supports a plan from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Defense Department to modernize the country's electro-optical satellites.

Federal 100 winner: Stu Shea

Shea, head of Science Applications International Corp.'s Intelligence, Security and Technology Group, founded the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation and the GEOINT Symposium to bring people who work in geospatial intelligence together and promote the GEOINT trade.

Cartwright: Military must use IT to be more adaptable

To fight constantly evolving enemies, U.S. forces must be faster at deploying IT systems to warfighters, said the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.